Eshel Avraham Congregation began in June 1976, when the organization established a Masorti community in Be’er Sheva.
Forty-one years later, Eshel Avraham is a traditional, pluralistic and egalitarian congregation based in Be’er Sheva. The community includes 180 families from Be’er Sheva and its surroundings, and provides services to 3,000 people.
The congregation emphasizes values such as equality, pluralism and Zionism.
As a traditional and egalitarian synagogue, prayers are held on Friday night, Shabbat mornings and holidays. Additionally, Eshel Avraham provides ceremonies for all life cycle events, such as Bar / Bat Mitzvahs, Aufrufs, and more.
In addition to traditional activities, members of Eshel Avraham volunteer on a weekly basis for social service, through various Tikkun Olam projects.